Most teams should be wrapping up their first run through conference play and/or starting their second run.
There's about one month to go, until state champions are crowned.
With the calendar year moving into October, that means the second half of the season is underway.
Reclassification, along with changing the basketball and soccer seasons back to what they used to be, were some of the topics of the first fall 2015 meeting of the Wyoming High School Activities Association Board of Directors.
The season is nearing the halfway point.
The big schools will clash vs. each other at the Casper Invitational this week, while the others will start settling into the conference part of their schedules.
Some teams have already reached the maximum number of tournaments/invitationals that they can play in, so the rest of their schedules is all one-on-one matchups.
The season is moving along, as teams are trying to find out where they stack up among the competition.
Another weekend of volleyball is in the books, and some teams are right where they want to be, while others need some work.
All 4A teams start conference play this week, while all 3A teams will be in Rawlins for a state tournament preview, 16 of the 20 2A teams will play in Big Horn, and most of the 1A teams will be divided between Meeteetse and Hanna.